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Simulation of a fiber-optic based SHM system. Application to a bonded repair patch


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;Simulation tools are very useful to understand and optimize NDT systems, and particularly the SHM systems. An algorithm has been proposed to quantify the damage detection capability of a fiber optic sensor network, with a finite number of strain measurements. A damage index is obtained by simulation, dependent of the damage size and position, and the number and distribution of sensors, and also of the noise of the signals; by repeating the simulation under random noise, a POD (Probability of Detection) could be calculated. The analysis is applied to a simple representative experiment, a bonded repair patch, under mechanical and thermal loads.&lt;/p&gt;</subfield>
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